Peace & quiet for everyone

The common denominator of our guests is that they love calm, peace and nature and like everything to be relaxed. Know yourself…if you belong to a group that traditionally wants to chat loudly, even during the day, or party, don’t come to our campsite. Then we wish you that pleasure at another campsite where it is customary. Those who keep it calm, respect the peace and their neighbours are very welcome. Children can play to their hearts’ delight on the playing field while respecting other campers.

Keep noise private, even during the day. Do not put on a radio or other sound device.

  • From 10pm: calm with respect for the (camping) neighbours
  • From 11 pm: only soft talking. Be sure the neighbours don’t hear you. 
  • At midnight: complete silence

We ask everyone, including groups, to respect the quiet and relaxed character of the campsite. Your campsite neighbours and the neighbourhood will thank you.

We watch over the peaceful nature of the campsite and speak to campers who have lost sight of tranquillity for a while. If you do not comply with the demand for peace and quiet, you will leave the campsite prematurely.

Wildkamperen in Europa: in deze landen zet jij vogelvrij je tentje op!

Make it silent and look to the stars, so you can hear the call of an owl or the hooting of hedgehogs.





  • The terrace and canteen close at 11pm in the high season (last round at 10.30pm). In the low season this varies.
  • The barrier closes at 10pm to ensure that there is no car traffic on the site, which favours peace and quiet. 
  • Visitors who are not camping on the site are asked to leave the premises before 10 p.m. at the latest.
  • Thank you for not doing the dishes after 11 pm.




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